• How do i get bitcoins?

    Best answer: You buy them. You can do bitcoin mining also. Bitcoin is more valuable than gold, and it's a non centralized currency so it's a good investment.
    Best answer: You buy them. You can do bitcoin mining also. Bitcoin is more valuable than gold, and it's a non centralized currency so it's a good investment.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Who sells Dexter Milk Cows?

    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is there even such thing as inhumane slaughtering?

    I came across this question asking about eating meat but is against animal cruelty. People are talking about "if it was inhumane slaughtering then it's fine". Are there animals being killed and didn't cry out of pain?
    I came across this question asking about eating meat but is against animal cruelty. People are talking about "if it was inhumane slaughtering then it's fine". Are there animals being killed and didn't cry out of pain?
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it true that blueberries are neither blue, nor berries?

    Best answer: Theyre kinda purplish (is that a word?)
    Best answer: Theyre kinda purplish (is that a word?)
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why are apples turquoise??????

    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Hobby farms or commercial farms? which is better?

    This is just a personal question, none are better. The commericial farms actually make thousands and even millions out of it. But hobby farms are just for fun, yes they breed animals but they are free to do what they want to do and live their own life
    This is just a personal question, none are better. The commericial farms actually make thousands and even millions out of it. But hobby farms are just for fun, yes they breed animals but they are free to do what they want to do and live their own life
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is inbreeding bad?? All my animals inbreed?

    Best answer: The main problem with inbreeding is that organism doesn't evolve genetically. We are immune to some diseases, because it comes from our parents. Now if you take genes from 2 families and have a baby, while only one family is immune, the kid will still be immune to said disease. If it was all inbreeding, they... show more
    Best answer: The main problem with inbreeding is that organism doesn't evolve genetically. We are immune to some diseases, because it comes from our parents. Now if you take genes from 2 families and have a baby, while only one family is immune, the kid will still be immune to said disease. If it was all inbreeding, they wouldn't have that and would die if they would catch it.
    I get that it's a lot of "would" but the first thing about breeding outside family is that.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • HELP HELP HELP PLEASE HELP ME PLEASE :,(!!!!?

    Best answer: You are probably nowhere near the correct place for a search. DON'T trust your memory to give you "the exact spot" where you flung it. At 35 mph, say it took 30 seconds to stop, the car would have travelled maybe ⅓ mile, about 1500 feet. Then you have to turn around. And if the ring landed in... show more
    Best answer: You are probably nowhere near the correct place for a search. DON'T trust your memory to give you "the exact spot" where you flung it.

    At 35 mph, say it took 30 seconds to stop, the car would have travelled maybe ⅓ mile, about 1500 feet. Then you have to turn around. And if the ring landed in grass, you would have to be virtually on top of it to have a chance of finding it with a visual search - and it would still be easy to miss.

    You will need to widen your search area considerably, perhaps to at least a 150 foot stretch of the highway, and get a sophisticated metal detector on the job. And pray.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can sheep talk like humans?

    Best answer: Yes, they can. Isn't it obvious?
    Best answer: Yes, they can. Isn't it obvious?
    9 answers · 1 month ago
  • SOIL LESS FARMING?

    4 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Should I start breeding goats?

    Best answer: The big question is why your cousin is getting out of the Boer goat business? Was he making money? If not, what will you do differently to ensure that you make money? How much money you make depends on how much you spend on buying, feeding, vet care, advertising your animals....plus the time you spend feeding,... show more
    Best answer: The big question is why your cousin is getting out of the Boer goat business? Was he making money? If not, what will you do differently to ensure that you make money?

    How much money you make depends on how much you spend on buying, feeding, vet care, advertising your animals....plus the time you spend feeding, repairing fences, watering, etc, versus what people are willing to pay for a goat. Goats are escape artists. You need good, tight, high net-type fencing. They are also one of a coyote's favorite meals. How will you protect them from predators?

    Where's your market? Who's going to buy them? Is there a slaughterhouse near that will process them?

    In my area Boer goats were a hot commodity for a while (right after emus crashed). Some studs were selling for $10,000+. But that market has long since crashed and nobody is raising Boer goats here anymore.

    Before you spend a $, I'd find out why the cousin is getting out of business....and ask where and how much he was getting for his pigs.
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Would you swap 2 goats for an alpaca?

    Best answer: I'd swap my sister if asked
    Best answer: I'd swap my sister if asked
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Can cold milk replacer harm calves?

    Alright I bought a calf with my family (I payed for my own) and then we put them at my Grandpa's barn 12 calves. all but 3 died from "rotavirus" then later we bought 5 holstein calves and had them up by the house they all lived because I was the one who cared for them (they had a hut with a bottle... show more
    Alright I bought a calf with my family (I payed for my own) and then we put them at my Grandpa's barn 12 calves. all but 3 died from "rotavirus" then later we bought 5 holstein calves and had them up by the house they all lived because I was the one who cared for them (they had a hut with a bottle holder). I would wake up a 5:00 in the morning to bottle feed them. at the time we had 4 calves at my Grandpa's (my calf started to get sick) but my stepmom with my little brother would have to take the 4 bottles I made for the calves to my grandpa's. So I would make the bottles around 5:20 and go in and wake up my little brother and stepmom my little brother would wake up but my stepmom would not wake up for about an hour, I would go in every ten minutes. So the bottles would get cold. So could this of killed the calves at my Grandpa's. I didn't see the whole point of me having to wake up. I tried telling my dad but my stepmom would get upset. I would of done it my self if I knew how to drive at the time. But could this of killed the calves. When we had just the 12 it was the same thing that happened.
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • What is organic farming?

    9 answers · 1 month ago
  • Looking for a name for our farm?

    We have just purchased 12 acres of scenic rolling hillside in the country and we are going to establish our home and homestead there. We have a greenhouse, but we're primarily animal people. Currently, we breed dogs (copper Siberian huskies), snakes, and rodents, and we plan on expanding into other reptiles,... show more
    We have just purchased 12 acres of scenic rolling hillside in the country and we are going to establish our home and homestead there. We have a greenhouse, but we're primarily animal people. Currently, we breed dogs (copper Siberian huskies), snakes, and rodents, and we plan on expanding into other reptiles, mini pigs, rabbits, and more in the next year or two. We are looking for a unique name for our little farm that encompasses livestock and exotic animals. Preferably, a name that doesn't have an animal in it. It doesn't need to end with "farm", either. I really like the idea of the word "Ridge" as part of the name.
    8 answers · 2 months ago